My name is Sabrina Osmany, I’m from Karachi, Pakistan.
I am an interaction designer and Human Computer Interaction researcher.
My work focuses on developing new interfaces—tangible, networked, digital, and virtual. I’m fascinated by the ways in which interfaces orient users in their structure and enable new modes of being. I am curious about how immersion in an interface affects thought, language and agency. My work has been selected for the Association of Computer Machinery's Tangible Embedded and Embodied Interaction Conference 2015.
I am currently a Masters student at New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program and a junior research scientist at NYU Center for Neural Science where I work on developing virtual reality tools for brain research. Previously I studied Continental Philosophy at Bard College where I researched human dynamics in the age of machine learning.
This site serves as a document of exercises in form, and a way of marking my journey as I think about and make things that respond to the changing world around me.